Sunday, December 16, 2018

Self-propelled Journeys

A Mongolian sage once said, “it is far better to experience a place just once than hear about it a thousand times”. This has...

Inuit Guardians

It’s early June in the Nunavut hamlet of Gjoa Haven, and at a time when many of the town’s 1,300 residents venture out onto...

Homage to a Naval Arctic Explorer

The rule when you visit historic sites is to take nothing but photographs. Geologist Peter Croal followed the rule. He took nothing when he...

A Walrus Hunt

Summers in Nunavut shower an explosion of beauty and colour on a landscape that has known only snow and ice for much of the...

Capturing the North on film

Photographer celebrates 100 trips to the Arctic Less than two weeks after arriving in Arctic Bay in 1999, Lee Narraway found herself travelling by qamutiq...

Narwhals – The one that points to the sky!

Conversation overheard on an airplane: “They don’t really exist!” said one. “No, no, I’ve seen photographs,” the other replied. “That’s just myths and legends, fairy...

Moving pictures from the permafrost

Founded in 1896, the same year that large-scale, commercial projection took off, Dawson was perfectly situated to grow as a hotbed of the fledgling...

Yukon Ho!

What better time to experience a patriotic northern summer sojourn than over the Canada Day long weekend. And what better place to visit this...

Who is this Cabin Boy?

Dedicated to all the members of the Lost Franklin Expedition who tragically lost their lives. The search is on for the identity of one of...

Marks of Belonging

The human face is a marker of individuality. It holds clues about a person’s gender, age, mood, and ethnicity. Since time immemorial, people employed...